First, I ordered my Tesla a month ago, and have three months before expected delivery still. A few days ago I was driving on I-90 east of Seattle and decided to stop at both Superchargers on my route to take a look. It has me somewhat concerned..... The Ritzville superchargers that has 4 charging bays was desolate with not one car within 20 spaces at the hotel where it was located. Yippee! But then there was the Ellensburg supercharger that has 5 bays. It is next to a hotel and has quite a few restaurants within walking distance. All five charging bays were ICE'd. Three of those cars had pieces of paper under the windshield wipers, but I did not look to see what was written on them. There was a Tesla parked sideways who was blocking three of the cars that were ICEing, so I stopped and spoke to the owner (forgot his name) for a bit. First, the guy was livid. He had apparently been there an hour already waiting for a space to open up. The hotel had apparently said it was not their responsibility despite the spaces being in their lot and were likely guests at the hotel. The guy also said he had contacted Tesla and they "were not helpful at all". He also stated during his two prior stops at Ellensburg that four of the five spaces were ICE'd with multiple Tesla's waiting in line for that one space. There was apparently also another Tesla there on the day I stopped by that had decided to go somewhere to eat after having waited a while and would then come back. The notes on the ICE cars may have been from that Tesla owner. I am concerned about going on road trips with my Tesla and wasting hours waiting in lines like this since there are no other quick charging options. These occurrences are only going to get worse as the number of Tesla's on the road increase unless Tesla steps up and fixes this issue. So, what are other people experiencing when it comes to the busier superchargers like Ellensburg?